NAB AFLW Round Four – Updated Fixture
|Thursday, January 27||STADIUM (NETWORK)||AEDT||LOCAL|
|Collingwood vs. Fremantle||Victoria Park (VIC) (Foxtel)||5:40pm||5:40pm|
|Friday, January 28|
|GWS GIANTS vs. Western Bulldogs||Henson Park (NSW) (Foxtel)||5:10pm||5:10pm|
|St. Kilda vs. West Coast Eagles||SkyBus Stadium (VIC) (Foxtel)||7:10pm||7:10pm|
|Saturday, January 29|
|Adelaide Crows vs. Melbourne||Norwood Oval (SA) (Seven)||3:10pm||2:40pm|
|Brisbane Lions vs. Geelong Cats||Maroochydore Multi Sports Complex (QLD) (Foxtel)||5:10pm||4:10pm|
|Sunday, January 30|
|Carlton vs. Kangaroos||Ikon Park (VIC) (Seven)||3:10pm||3:10pm|
|Gold Coast SUNS vs. Richmond||Metricon Stadium (QLD) (Foxtel)||5:10pm||4:10pm|
|Tuesday, February 1||STADIUM (NETWORK)||AEDT||LOCAL|
|Collingwood vs. West Coast Eagles||Victoria Park (VIC) (Foxtel)||5:10pm||5:10pm|
|Western Bulldogs vs. Fremantle||Whitten Oval (VIC) (Foxtel)||7:10pm||7:10pm|
The scheduled Round Six match between Collingwood and the West Coast Eagles and the scheduled Round 10 match between the Western Bulldogs and Fremantle will be played on Tuesday, February 1.
AFL General Manager Competition Management Laura Kane said while the ongoing pandemic continues to impact the 2022 NAB AFL Women’s Competition, the AFL remains committed to delivering a full season in a safe manner anchored in the advice of respective governments and public health officials.
“We remain committed to completing the season and awarding a Premier and the updates to the fixture aim to provide the competition with greater flexibility as we progress the season,” Ms. Kane said.
“The decision to schedule additional matches to the fixture for Fremantle and the West Coast Eagles was made in close consultation and with strong support from each Club following updates to border restrictions relating to Western Australia.
“We remain cognisant of the outside-football commitments of many players and staff from WA who are currently on the road in Victoria, and we thank them for their commitment and understanding.
“The league will continue to work closely with each club and the AFLPA, and will remain led by the advice of respective state governments and relevant health authorities as we work through arrangements for the coming rounds. I want to thank the AFLPA for working with us to provide the flexibility required to progress the season.
“Collingwood and the Western Bulldogs will participate in the additional games with the Magpies to have a five-day break between their Round Four game and their match-up against the Eagles next Tuesday night. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs are ready to return for Round Four after two weeks of no matches due to AFL Health and Safety Protocols.
“For the time being, the fixture remains a week-to-week proposition, and as such, we want to thank every AFLW Club, players and the AFLPA, umpires, venues, governments, ticketing agents and all supporters for their understanding.”
- For supporters who have purchased tickets to matches in Round Four, those tickets remain valid. The Ticketing Agent will be in contact should any ticket purchaser wish to receive a refund.
- Details of ticketing for the additional matches - Collingwood vs. West Coast Eagles and the Western Bulldogs vs. Fremantle – will be released separately.
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